Solving Wrkrn Sys Missing Or Corrupt

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My brother-in-law bought a Best Purchase Dingle Inspiron 660s in 2012, so Webroot was already included. Entered Windows 8, however, it has since upgraded to Win10. He turned to the American state to think about it. Apparently, he uninstalled Associate in Nursing and the driver “WRkrn.sys” also seems to be left behind.

Once Windows Update has restarted the PC, it currently reaches the terrible blue screen of death. Before switching to the blue screen, the Dingle mark appears and below it is “Preparation for automatic repair”. I do not even have the chance to press F8 to go into safe mode. Then the blue screen appears with the message “Your computer/device needs to be repaired”.

The operating system could not be loaded because a critical system driver is missing or contains errors. File: \\ WINDOWS \ System32 \ drivers \ WRkrn.sys Error Code: 0xc000007b. You must use the recovery tools (it contains only the driver and the utility CD and can not start with it). I searched for this file and it is linked to Webroot Antivirus.

Press Enter to redo it

Press F8 for startup parameters

Press ESC to display the UEFI firmware settings

Then the current blue screen is displayed when I press F8 …

It seems that the wrkrn system is missing or corrupt. Can someone please help me to solve this?

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Solving Wrkrn Sys Missing Or Corrupt


I had to make SpeedStep and all other users of the same disadvantage aware that it was not a hardware problem. The drive has not been damaged. it was simply this unhealthy WRkrn.sys file (Webroot antivirus software). I saved money by starting the Hiren Boot CD for Windows XP. This corrupted file has been renamed and restarted successfully without any blue screen under Win10. That’s why I uninstalled Webroot. Problem solved.

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